Is Marysz suggesting that scientific products are by definition less safe than natural things? If so, I've got some lovely all-natural Arsenic for you people.
Yeah, the forums shoudn't be used for insults and call-outs, but this is the Internet Archive here, a website will extremely low standards for reviews. People have even gotten away with racist rants disguised as reviews.
Nevetheless, this is an OK commercial, forgettable, not at all annoying commercial which is still better than US Gold's "World Cup Carnival".
January 16, 2005 Subject:
Very effective ad!
Nice ad from the early late 50s/early 60s which gives us the "Leave It To Beaver" feel. Married lady finishes doing the dishes, then puts on some Ponds skin creme before putting her wedding ring back on. Ahhh the good old days.
September 3, 2004 Subject:
An pompous announcer suggests a woman use scientifically formulated Ponds skin cream after she finishes washing a sinkful of dishes. What this woman really needs is someone else to do the dishes, or better yet, an automatic dishwasher. To make matters worse, after applying the skin cream, she puts on a wedding ring. Is this a cautionary tale?
February 28, 2004 Subject:
Females only please.
So that we know this otherwise typical Ponds Ad is a product for women, the lady in the and puts Ponds on in front of dishes drying on the rack. And, just to hammer the point home, THEN puts on her wedding ring. Pretty normal otherwise.